BLACKPINK breaks more records with new hit ‘Lovesick Girls’

It just won’t stop! K-pop Girl-group sensation BLACKPINK has just premiered their new single, Lovesick Girls, reaching over 10 million views in just one hour on Friday.

The music video has already surpassed 11.6 million views and 1.3 million likes on YouTube within 70 minutes of its release.

Lovesick Girls, the group announced on social media this week, will serve as the title/main track from their forthcoming debut Korean-language album called ‘THE ALBUM’, which is scheduled to released on the same day (October 2)

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‘THE ALBUM’ has already broken another record with over 1 million pre orders ahead of its release. 

‘Lovesick Girls’ is the third single released from the album, following ‘How You Like That’ back in June and ‘Ice Cream’ featuring Selena Gomez back in August.

Earlier this week the group also announced a comeback live event online to coincide with the release of the album, scheduled to take place at 1pm GMT+7 on Friday.

And if that isn’t enough for these girls just yet, the group also announced a new release of their documentary, Light Up The Sky, premiering on Netflix on October 14. 

Blackpink is a South Korean girl group formed by YG Entertainment, consisting of members Jisoo (South Korean), Jennie (South Korean), Rosé (South Korean), and Lisa (Thai). 

Lisa Manoban, the Thai and youngest member of the group, is the most popular k-pop artist on Instagram with a whopping 35 million followers worldwide.

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